Ken Imwinkelried went to work for River City Bank around the time of the Great Recession. Logging extra time on nights and weekends, he learned everything he could about his profession at a very challenging time in the banking industry. And over the course of several years, his extra work paid off with promotion after promotion. But about five years ago, as Imwinkelried implored other staff to not stay too late, he realized he had to do the same.
As Walt Kelly’s cartoon possum Pogo said on posters for the first Earth Day in 1970, “We have met the enemy and he is us.” Comstock’s president and publisher considers how the motto applies to California.
Dr. Lisa Cardoza’s career represents a remarkable journey to leadership. With a lengthy résumé in higher education administration, she’s now stepping in as president at American River College (ARC), ready to use the expertise she’s gathered in her many previous roles.
What does good leadership look like? Common phrases often used to describe essential leadership traits include integrity, humility, communication, self-awareness, gratitude, influence, empathy, courage and respect.
Placer County partnerships are the key to our success. We are one of the fastest-growing counties in California and business is booming!
After more than a year of canceled or postponed nuptials in 2020 and 2021, last year saw a wedding boom as many of those couples finally took their vows, spurring opportunities for growth and renewed hope for wedding venue owners across the Capital Region.
Oates rarely does “the least” he can do. He is chairman of the board of the Buzz Oates Group — a $3 billion commercial real estate investment, management and development firm founded by his late father.
Doesn’t anybody want to work anymore? It’s not just a rhetorical question. More than 50 percent of those surveyed by Pew Research said they believed they would get ahead in their careers by working harder. I was heartened to see that, because my personal mantra for success has always been that working harder is the first and best way to solve most problems.
Dotted throughout the Greater Sacramento region are four airports that play a major role in the economic development and international connectedness of the area.
As one of the top advisory, assurance and tax firms in the United States, CohnReznick has been part of the Sacramento business community for two decades. Since the mid-1980s, the firm has been a leader in the community development industry — an industry committed to improving the lives of minority and underserved populations.